With adoption of Bylaw No. 850-1, two new Development Permits (DPs) are introduced to Electoral Area ‘B’ in addition to the existing DPs. DPs are established in the OCP as a tool to help protect the environment, avoid development in hazardous areas, and set guidelines for the form and character of commercial development.
|Commercial Development Permit Area||Download|
|Riparian Areas Regulation (RAR) Development Permit Area||Download|
|Lakes 100 metre Development Permit Area||Download|
|Foreshore and Water Development Permit Area||Download|
|Greeley Environmental Development Permit Area 1||Download|
|Greeley Hazardous Lands Development Permit Area 2 (Steep Slopes)||Download|
|Greeley Hazardous Lands Development Permit Area 3 (Interface Fire)||Download|
|Greeley Form and Character Development Permit Area 4||Download|
|Shelter Bay Environmental Development Permit Area 1||Download|
|Shelter Bay Hazardous Lands Development Permit Area 2||Download|
|Shelter Bay Form and Character Development Permit Area 3||Download|
|Planning Applications and Guides||Link|
The Local Government Act provides the Regional District with the authority to establish a development permitting system. It also makes provision for local governments to require applicants for development approvals to undertake impact studies. Development Permits are one of the most effective legal tools for the protection of environmentally sensitive areas, avoiding development in hazardous conditions, and setting out expectations regarding “form and character” of development. Local governments may designate Development Permit Areas (DPAs) in an OCP. When an area is designated, the local government must describe the special site conditions or objectives that justify the designation, and specify guidelines to achieve those objectives. Where land is subject to more than one Development Permit Area designation, a single Development Permit is required. The application will be subject to the requirements of all applicable Development Permit Areas, and any Development Permit issued will be in accordance with the guidelines of all such areas. Variances, as well as conditions respecting the sequence and timing of construction, may also be considered for inclusion within a Development Permit in accordance with applicable guidelines as per the authority granted under s.488(1) and s.488(3) of the Local Government Act.
This consolidated bylaw is not intended to be used for legal purposes. The term “consolidated bylaw” simply means that the document represents the bylaw in its most recently amended form. The consolidated bylaw consists of the original, or base, bylaw and current amendments which have been made to the base bylaw.
|Schedule B - Overview Maps|
|Upper Arrow Lake||Download|
Use the web map to view the OCP mapping and to find the OCP designation for a property. Search options: civic address, PID, legal plan, roll number.
|Schedule C - Development Constraints|
|Map C1 - By-law Area Overview||Download|
|Map C2 - Mica Creek||Download|
|Map C3 - Downie Loop||Download|
|Map C4 - Lake Revelstoke||Download|
|Map C5 - Rural Revelstoke||Download|
|Map C6 - Canyon Hot Springs||Download|
|Map C7 - Upper Arrow Lake||Download|
|Map C8 - Trout Lake||Download|
|Schedule D - Land Use Designation Maps|
|Land Use Designation Maps||Download|